No network browser access

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gin
No network browser access

Fresh install of Tactic Enterprise 4.5.v01 on CentOS 7. Access via http://localhost:8081 works with no problems. Accessing from network (http://<IP>:8081) give me an "Unable to connect" error.

I've made sure to set SELinux to permissive, and stopped the firewall to no effect.

Not sure if relevant, but when accessing without the port number (http://<IP>/tactic), I get a kind of blank page, both over the network and localhost (see attached image).

The apache error log is giving me lines like this:

[Sat Apr 29 12:44:14.859288 2017] [authz_core:error] [pid 1612] [client <client-ip>:1123] AH01630: client denied by server configuration: /opt/tactic/tactic/src/context/icons/custom/resize.png, referer: http://<server-ip>/

Tried to add explicit access to "/opt/tactic" in the httpd.conf to no effect.

Would appreciate any help.

PS. why is all my text disappearing when I post? Had to edit and add all this back in.

PSS. I can ping the server, and can access a samba share.

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Diego
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Hi gin,

tactic server binds to localhost only, you are supposed to access it via apache reverse proxy, it seems your apache configuration is wrong. I wrote a log on how I usually install tactic on centos 7 here:

http://54.205.99.138/content/rhel-7.1-and-getting-tacticv4.4.0.v03-to-st...

could you check it and see if there is any substantial difference with your installation?

P.S.

If you want to checkout tactic and you have a working docker server I did a simple to use docker imagae for it:

http://54.205.99.138/content/tactic-docker-images

Diego

gin

Thanks for your reply, Diego. Unfortunately your first link does not work. I'd very much appreciate a working link.

I managed to figure out the solution, which is to NOT do the following: create /var/www/html/index.html and input "<META http-equiv="refresh" content="0;URL=/tactic">"

As far as I can tell, this file (/etc/httpd/conf.d/tactic.conf) already routes traffic to the /tactic subfolder. This is probably a matter of using older instructions.

Diego
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Diego

gin

Thank you, your link is very helpful!